RBI Solar, Inc. is a turn-key solution provider for solar mounting systems. They design, engineer, manufacture and install solar mounting systems for commercial and utility scale projects. As a specialist in ground mount, roof mount, and custom designed specialty solar structures, they focus on providing best-in-class solar racking systems and project management capabilities to serve owners and integrators.
RBI Solar works with its clients to identify the most economical, durable and robust solar structures. Their services include complete design, signed and sealed engineering drawings for all 50 states, high-tech manufacturing, nationwide installation and end-to-end technical support to help you solve the toughest challenges in the industry.
Introducing the Sunflower® II Single-Axis Tracker From RBI Solar
The Sunflower® II design from RBI Solar is not bound by the limitations of other commercial single-axis tracker systems. Accommodating variable slope tolerances, and having adjustable row lengths up to 120 modules, allows this system the flexibility to adapt to a variety of site conditions that used to impact tracker designs
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Solar Basics is a video series by Solar Power World created to help installers learn about the business, tools and tricks of the solar power trade. Mounting solar panels on tracking systems instead of fixed-tilt racking increases the energy yield of a project. But more moving parts means different O&M considerations must be made for… [Read More]
RBI Solar has launched the Sunflower II single-axis tracker into the commercial and utility solar markets. The Sunflower II is the second iteration of RBI Solar’s Sunflower single-axis tracker design, which uses a gearbox design at each pile to reduce stresses and provide tracking stability at each foundation. This engineering feature allows for lighter components… [Read More]
The United States is a vast landmass. With varying altitudes, water tables and environments, the soils between our two ocean coasts can be sandy, soft, rocky or clay-laden. Solar installers have to navigate many unique soil requirements when working on ground-mount projects. The five most common solar ground mounting solutions — I-beams, helical anchors, ground… [Read More]